NSCAD Notes - Galleries
November 2, 2017


Anna Leonowens Gallery
Big Pictures, by Gull Ilgaz, Kim Morgan and Abdi Osman. A Cadence for Unremembered Shades by Nam Nguygen, William and Isabel Pope Artist-in-Residence. Alvin Comiter, faculty exhibitor. All to Nov. 13. 1891 Granville Street, Halifax.

Argyle Fine Art

Insecticide, Miyoshi Kondo. The Entomologist: Damien Webb and Michelle St-Onge. 1559 Barrington Street, Halifax.

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Abecedary of Printmakers in Nova Scotia.
To March 4.Kepe'kek: From the Narrows of the Great Harbour. To Jan. 14.  Prime Suspects: Canada's Prime Ministers in Caricature by Bruce MacKinnon. To April 1, 2018. Folk/Funk, curated by Sandra Alfoldy. To July 2018. Nova Scotia Spotlight: Laurie Swim. Ongoing.  Expressions of Faith: Sacred Art of Centuries Past. Centuries of Silence: The Discovery of the Salzinnes Antiphonal. 1723 Hollis St., Halifax.

Prime Suspects: Canada's Prime Ministers in Caricature by Bruce MacKinnon is on display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Yarmouth

Emily Falencki. To Nov. 19, 2017. After Image. To Nov. 19. 341 Main Street, Yarmouth.

Corridor Gallery
Rapport: The Red Black White Series by Terri Whetstone.To Dec. 15. 1113 Marginal Road, Halifax.

Craig Gallery

Focus by George Smith. NSCAD Ceramics in the Craig Case Gallery. Both to Nov. 26.  Alderney Landing, Dartmouth.

Dalhousie Art Gallery

The Halifax Explosion, including Narratives in Time + Space Society: Walking the Debris Field: Public Geographies of the Halifax Explosion; Claire Hodge: Negotiations; Arthur Lismer and the Halifax Explosion; Arthur Lismer and Drama of a City; From 2D to 3D: Mapping Halifax Over Time. To Dec. 17. Downstairs at the Dal Arts Centre, 6101 University Avenue, Halifax.

Gallery Nineteen Nineteen

Art Off the Map. To Nov. 3. 6025 Stanley Street, inside Dean’s Flowers.

Hermes Gallery
big/SMALL, the Red Head Gallery exchange. Nov. 4-26. 5682 North St., Halifax.

Mary E. Black Gallery

Oh! Canada, a juried exhibition of works by Craft Nova Scotia members. Artists: Marla Benton, Berkeley Brown, Wilma Butts, Frances Dorsey, Linda Finley, Al Hattie, Violeta Izquierdo, Laura Kenney, Wendy Landry, Heather Lawson, Paula MacDonald, Dawn MacNutt, Alexandra McCurdy, Margot Metcalfe, Carol Morrow, Randy Mugford, Wendy Murray, Christina Parker, Nancy Price, Jim Smith, Vaughan L. Smith, Kas Stone, Isako Suzuki, Andrea Tsang Jackson, and Stephen Zwerling.To Nov. 5. 1061 Marginal Road, Halifax.

Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery
Bodies in Translation: Age and Creativity. Organized by MSVU Art Gallery, Bodies in Translation and the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging. Curated by Eliza Chandler, Lindsay Fisher and Ingrid Jenkner. To Nov. 12. 166 Bedford Hwy.

Nova Scotia Public Archives
The Abstract Studio, a show by Sarah Archibald, Cynthia Dean, D. Gwen Dueck, Kathryn Harley Haynes, Vaughan Irwin, Barbara King, Paulette Melanson, Ruth Ann Moger, Mora Morris, Sue Sadoway, Barbara Scott, Bobby Young. To Nov. 28. 6101 University Avenue, Halifax.

Evening Farm by Alan Bateman (BFA 1988). At Secord Gallery.

NSCAD University Library
Printed Matter Artist Book Exhibition from the NSCAD Library Archive Collection 2017. NSCAD Visual Resource Library. To Dec. 15.

Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery 
Steve Wadden: Forged.
To Nov. 12. 5865 Gorsebrook Ave., Halifax.

Secord Gallery
New Works by Alan Bateman. To Nov. 24. Upstairs at 6301 Quinpool Rd., Halifax.

Paintings by Jordan Broadworth (BFA 1992) are on display as part of the exhibition Perfect Feral at Studio 21 Fine Art.

Studio 21 Fine Art
Selections: 80s and Now, Ron Shuebrook. To Nov. 15. Perfect Feral by Jordan Broadworth. To Nov. 15. 1273 Hollis St., Halifax.

Teichert Gallery
See new works. At the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. 1723 Hollis St., Halifax.

ViewPoint Gallery
Prairie Portraits, a memoir of place and space by Allan Neilsen. To Dec. 3. 1272 Barrington St., Halifax.

Visual Voice Fine Art
Comparing Mythologies, paintings by Leya Evelyn. Awakening of Consciousness by Joanne Solway. To Nov. 4. 128 King Street, Truro.